Bookkeeping Jobs in Panama City, Florida

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Job Title: Assistant ManagerReports to: Store ManagerPosition SummaryThis Assistant Manager is responsible for operating the store in the absence of the Store Manager and Senior Assistant Manager. He or she will also assist in managing the business in accordance with the Company policies and procedures to maximize store profit.Essential Job ResponsibilitiesSalesEnsures personnel and staff complian...

Job Title: Senior Assistant ManagerReports to: Store ManagerPosition SummaryIs responsible for all operations of the store in the absence of the Store Manager.Distinguishing Features of the WorkThe Senior Assistant Manager is the true second in command of the store. A fully trained and successful Senior AM possesses the same operational knowledge as the Store Manager and can run the store in the a...

Nature of Work Benefits Supplemental Questions This is a supervisory position in coordinating highly complex fieldwork and administrative support services in the enforcement of Bay County Animal Control Ordinances within Panama City, Parker, Callaway, Springfield, Panama City Beach, Mexico Beach and the unincorporated areas of Bay County. This position requires a greater understanding of the la...

· 2+ progressive years experience in retail and/or customer service related field · Carries out all responsibilities in an honest, ethical and professional manner. · Demonstrated understanding of functions related to cashiering, bookkeeping, customer service and product warranties/ exchange · Knowledge of hand, air, or power tools helpful · Computer, 10-key calculator, cash register, point of ...

The Stock Leader acts in a leadership role within the store and is responsible for the store logistics. The Stock Leader’s primary responsibilities are efficiently and productively receiving trucks and merchandising all products to schematics, visual direction and store standards and maintaining a safe and organized stockroom and sales floor. The Stock Leader generally has a store key and an alarm...